A seasoned development lawyer, David H. Kauffman will take your ideas from conception to ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A leading figure in construction and infrastructure law, David is involved in project development and related matters. His practice encompasses project structuring, financing, tendering and contracting. His mark may be found on numerous major initiatives in Québec and Canada, including university complexes, airports, road infrastructures, factories, stadiums, arenas and large residential complexes.
An outstanding speaker, David has represented clients before the Supreme Court of Canada as well as other federal and provincial courts, in addition to having been an auxiliary professor of law for many years at McGill University’s Faculties of Architecture and Engineering.
Repeatedly recognized by his peers as a leading practitioner in construction law, David remains at the forefront of his field of practice. He is the author of the reputed treatise, The Construction Hypothec: Insights into Québec Lien and Construction Law (2015, Wilson Lafleur) among many other publications, and has been the Québec editor of Construction Law Reports (Carswell) since 1985